For astrophotography, I use two different types of cameras: DSLR and CCD. For the DSLR, I use a Nikon D7500 with various telescopes. For the CCD camera, I use the ZWO ASI 533 MC PRO most commonly with my Sky 90 telescope. I also commonly use the D7500 with regular lenses to capture wide field shots of the Milky Way or constellations.
The mount is one of the most important part of astrophotography, as it prevents star trails and ensures the camera is correctly tracking the target. For my mount, I currently use the iOptron CEM60 mount for many of my photos.
In order to pull out the details of various nebulae and galaxies, I use certain narrowband filters such as the IDAS NBX filter.